5:33pm Shabbat Shalom from Israel. It should be a peaceful Shabbat.
5:28pm Kerem Shalom
5:26 pm Kerem Shalom
5:22pm Nachal Oz
5:13pm Erez, Miflasim
5:13pm Gaza perimeter/Sderot, Erez, Miflasim
5:13pm Gaza perimeter/Sderot
5:02pm Erez, Miflasim
5:02pm Gaza perimeter/Sderot, Erez, Miflasim
5:02pm Gaza perimeter/Sderot
4:04 pm Sdot Negev, Shaar Negev
4:00 pm Sdot Negev, Shaar Negev
Ashdod synagogue hit by rocket.
Three injured, two moderately injured, and additional people in shock
3:25pm Yad Mordechai / Netiv HaAsrah, Ashkelon
3:25pm Zikim / Carmiya, Yad Mordechai / Netiv HaAsrah, Ashkelon
3:25pm Zikim / Carmiya, Ashkelon
3:09pm Kissufim, Nir Oz / Ein HaShlosha
3:06pm Kfar Aza / Saad
2:30 pm Eshkol
2:12 pm Rocket explosions heard in Tel Aviv. Hamas claims to have launched a J80 rocket at Tel Aviv. No siren went off, indicating that Iron Dome determined it would not hit any inhabited area.
IDF confirms that a rocket was fired at Tel Aviv, but landed in an uninhabited open area.
2:02pm Nachal Oz
2:01pm Nachal Oz
1:55pm Yad Mordechai / Netiv HaAsrah
1:13pm Kissufin area
12:48 pm Ashkelon Border
12:32 pm Sapir, Sderot Shaar HaNegev
12:31 pm Gaza border communities, Shaar HaNegev
12:30 pm Gaza border communities, Shaar HaNegev, Sdot Negev
12:08 pm Gaza border communities – multiple
12:02 pm Be’er Sheva – multiple.
1 person moderately injured.
11:43 am Sapir, Sderot – multiple
11:08 am Netivot area, Sdot Negev – Multiples
10:57 am Gaza Border Communities
10:38 am Ashkelon region, Ashkelon Coast, Barrage
8:51 am Kissufim
8:46 am Ashkelon, Gaza Border Communities
6:59 am Ashkelon Coast
6:42 am Ashkelon Coast
6:41 am Ashkelon Coast
6:14 am Ashkelon Coast
Hamas is hinting at they will restart the bus bombings and suicide bombers.Jewish Press News Briefs
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